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Research Reports: Vocabulary

In Research Reports and other formal pieces of academic writing, verbs are often ‘nominalised’ (converted into nouns).

Quick Grammar: Question forms

To form yes/no questions where there is an auxiliary verb or a modal verb, we invert the word order of a positive sentence.

Professionals Podcasts - Motivation in the workplace

Escucha un fragmento de una entrevista con un profesor de Estudios de Gestión de Empresas sobre el tema de la motivación laboral.

UK Culture: Pedestrians

Las calles son lugares peligrosos para que gente que va a pie. Observa el video y averigua cómo puedes mantenerte seguro al cruzar las calles en el Reino Unido.


Your Comments

16 August, 2017 - 18:08
Hello LiliyaSun, 'help' can be followed by both a to-infinitive or a bare infinitive. There is no difference in meaning. All the best, Kirk The LearnEnglish Team
16 August, 2017 - 18:08
Hello VCha, 'remains strong' is correct. A to-infinitive can be used after 'remain' when speaking about something that hasn't yet happened -- see the dictonary entry for a couple example sentences...
16 August, 2017 - 18:08
Hello Lianop, Yes, you can use a gerund (the name an -ing form has when it is used as a noun) as both a subject and as an object. Your sentences are correct -- well done! All the best, Kirk The...